daily census

daily census

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Average Daily Census ("ADC") is the average number of beds or places occupied daily in our facilities
Crossroads Hospice provides services in 11 markets with approximately 1,800 employees and an Average Daily Census (ADC) of 3,300 patients in seven states: Georgia, Kansas, Missouri, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee.
The Adult Detention facility currently has an average daily census of around 650 individuals and the Youth Justice Center%s average daily census is around 15 (both male and female in both facilities).
is licensed for a maximum of 10 boys, ages 13 to 17, but the daily census is probably going to be four to six teens.
There is a significant correlation between a well-trained intake staff and an increase in average daily census and revenue.
Additionally, VA did not report other workload information that it has on (1) the number of encounters for outpatient services and the average daily census for each of its inpatient hospital, residential, and domiciliary services provided in VA settings primarily used for providing mental health services and (2) the workload for mental health services provided in other settings--community settings for which VA paid non-VA providers to provide mental health services and VA settings not primarily used for providing mental health services.
When the INTEGRIS Hospice House was first purchased the average daily census was 4 patients and currently the average daily census is 8 patients a day.
It is to be noted that differences by sample cell are not significant, except that hospitals with a larger daily census are more likely to have an Environmental Services Administrator responsible than those with a daily census of less than 100.
Our hospitals are operating year-round with an average daily census approaching 85 percent,'' Lott said.
VA long-term care (average daily census by fiscal year) 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 (est.
Patient days at Sacred Heart increased from 109,400 in 2003 to 113,600 in 2004, a 4 percent increase, and the average daily census increased from 300 to 310, said Rutledge, the association president.
Pharmacy systems have been developed for correctional and institutional facilities with an average daily census ranging from 60 to 10,000 individuals.